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Undead_terror

Untitled really? Nintendo keeps effing over people with the old models so it's only going to get worse for us...

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From what I understand it might be a technical limitation of the CPP itself as the system has to reconnect if you close the lid. That is my two cents at least.

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Yosheel

Eh... Did any of you really consider using that bulky thing (that makes it harder to reach the face buttons) only to save yourselves the effort of doing smash attacks normally?

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Undead_terror wrote:

Untitled really? Nintendo keeps effing over people with the old models so it's only going to get worse for us...

I know I've said this before, but you guys DO realize this wasn't Nintendo's decision, right? Sakurai has never been find of the Circle Pad Pro and this is just further evidence of that. He likely didn't ever plan on touching that thing and just let the C-stock function like normal for the New 3DS.

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Why can't everyone just do Smash Attacks by tapping the stick/circle pad and a button? That's always how I've done them, and that's technically how they're performed anyway. The How to Play segment even tells you. The C-stick is the easy shortcut way, and I was surprised to hear most people used the C-stick.

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MegaStoneSmash91 wrote:

Why can't everyone just do Smash Attacks by tapping the stick/circle pad and a button? That's always how I've done them, and that's technically how they're performed anyway. The How to Play segment even tells you. The C-stick is the easy shortcut way, and I was surprised to hear most people used the C-stick.

The C-stick is a faster way to smash in the smash bros games sooo.... in competitive play time matters so if they need to get a smash attack off quick they would use the c-stcik

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MegaStoneSmash91 wrote:

Why can't everyone just do Smash Attacks by tapping the stick/circle pad and a button? That's always how I've done them, and that's technically how they're performed anyway. The How to Play segment even tells you. The C-stick is the easy shortcut way, and I was surprised to hear most people used the C-stick.

It's easier to do aerials with the C stick.

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Having used a Wiimote to play Smash, I've never used a C-stick. I can see how instsntaneously pulling off smash moves can be advantageous, though. Kind of sucks how non-New 3DS owners will be at that disadvantage.

Then again I've more than held my own against Gamecube remotes using my wiimote soo...not anything I'm not used to.

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What was the point in ever buying a circle pad pro?

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For games like revelations and monster Hunter

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Yosheel

I played both without one.

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MegaStoneSmash91 wrote:

Why can't everyone just do Smash Attacks by tapping the stick/circle pad and a button? That's always how I've done them, and that's technically how they're performed anyway. The How to Play segment even tells you. The C-stick is the easy shortcut way, and I was surprised to hear most people used the C-stick.

Because it works well with a control stick but was quite fiddly with the circle pad, having c stick smashes possible with the circle pad pro would've been incredibly helpful.

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and it would kind of be annoying if someone wants to use a standard forward, down or upwards attack instead of a smash one.
(for me anyway, I would always do the fire explosion thing even though I wanted a normal karate kick for example. xD

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Morphbug wrote:

I played both without one.

Me too. But the cpp makes those game a thousand times more comfortable to handle

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MegaStoneSmash91

Ok, so everybody's a fan of the C-stick, I get that. I also understand that using it can be faster and easier, makes sense. Somehow using the C-stick never caught on with me, though. Using the stick in combination with the attack button somehow made smash attacks feel.....well, more like smash attacks. Executing them with the C-stick didn't feel quite the same, almost like something was missing. Maybe it's just me. Plus I wasn't a fan of taking my thumb off of the main face buttons.

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Ruby_From_SU

The problem is that we'll have to wait until next year for the New 3DS, which destroys the purpose of playing with dual analog nubs. At least now.

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Dweeb

I personally used the C-Stick for Smash Attacks when I first started playing, but then gradually started executing them in the normal fashion once I started charging them up. I still use the C-Stick occasionally for a quick Smash Attack when I need to. So for me, even though I'm no longer a "beginner," I still find some utility for the C-Stick. Even though, similar to what @MegaStoneSmash91 said, it kinda feels like something was missing when doing Smash attacks that way. It is indeed a teensy bit more satisfying to pull it off the traditional way.

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There's more to the C stick than just smash attacks. It's also really good with aerials.

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SockoMario wrote:

There's more to the C stick than just smash attacks. It's also really good with aerials.

I tend to use the C-Stick for aerials that act more distinctively than just normal aerial attacks, such as meteor smashes or multi-hit aerials. Mostly meteor smashes though, like Mario and DK's forward aerials.

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